July 25, 2017
In her new book 'Three Thousand Stitches', she sheds light on some of the prevailing biases in the society.
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In the novel, Roy makes E.M.S appear as a landlord in Kottayam whose ancestral home had been converted into a modern hotel.
"An entire generation of army officers, now in the ranks of generals, has known nothing but CI operations in Kashmir," argues new book 'Dragon On Our Doorstep'
Why Gandhi Still Matters
May 02, 2017
A look at Gandhi’s unsuccessful attempt to preserve a united India, as also the goals and strategies of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the fellow-Gujarati who, like Gandhi, studied law in London, and the role of other forces in the partition outcome.
May 01, 2017
When Parsi naval commander Kawas Nanavati shot dead his English wife Sylvia’s Sindhi lover Prem Ahuja on 27 April 1959, the trial held the nation in thrall for five years. And what about the aftermath? The Canada years of the couple have remained unexplored – till now. How did they weather the storm, salvage their marriage and script a new love story in Canada?
April 26, 2017
'I Cannot Imagine Teaching Chetan Bhagat’:
Bhagat's book will be on the same pedestal as American novelist and poet Louisa M Alcott's Little Women, English crime novelist Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express and British novelist JK Rowling's Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone.
Rajasthan's curriculum was revamped to propogate the initiatives of the BJP government. The State Institute of Educational Research and Training in Udaipur took up what education minister Vasudev Devnani called “curriculum restructuring” in 2015.